Saturday, January 30, 2010

Finish #3

The Spice Market quilt is finished. I sewed the last stitch on the binding at 11pm last night.
It's still January and I'm already a third of the way to my total amount of finishes for 2009!
I think that organizing thing may be working. The house is even relatively tidy.

I had a hard time getting good photos in the rain.
Spice Market Quilt
Detail:
Spice Market Quilt Detail
Sydney absconded the moment she felt raindrops on her back.

This weekend I plan to finish the Three by Three swap quilt top and my blocks for the Modern Siggy Swap.

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31 comments:

  1. love the fabrics - the first photo made me think they were batiks or something like that and then the close up shot really shows those prints off! nice job.
    Karen
    http://karensquilting.com/blog/

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  2. What a beautiful quilt! Good job getting it all finished! :0)

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  3. a beautiful quilt, congratulations on the finish.

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  4. It is just so very very pretty! And makes me want to travel to India... for some reason...

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  5. Wow, I really love those colors! And the fabrics are fabulous, dahlink! What line is it? Gonna have to make my own....

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  6. when you say a real is soon, you mean SOON!

    Love it!

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  7. Love the colors in this one. It is very pretty!

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  8. Congrats on another beautiful finish! Woo hoo!!! You are kickin' booty! :) It is a gorgeous quilt... I love the binding you chose, too.

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  9. WOW - I love this one! Bright and beautiful!
    Laurie

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  10. The Spice Market quilt is a splendid statement for simplicity. And a commitment to that organizing thing. Good job!

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  11. it looks beautiful, rain or no!

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  12. I think it one of the most colorful quilts I have ever seen. It's beautiful.

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  13. Oh, my goodness, that's gorgeous! I love the simple look and the colors and the beauty of it all together. Thanks for sharing it with us. ~Adrienne~

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  14. You are killing me! I went into my studio today and looked longingly at my Spice Market! Yours turned out just fantastic!! Now I know I must do it this year!!

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  15. Spectacular! I'm lovin' Spice Market~alot!! It's sooo yummy.

    Carolyn

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  16. The cose-up is soo cute! love the great colors...ready for spring.

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  17. Looks wonderful! I like how you photographed it..rain and all!

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  18. Wow, it is beautiful, great job! The colors are so nice on this.

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  19. It looks beautiful! Love those rich saturated colors. Great pattern for these fabrics too. You are on a roll now with your 2010 finishes!

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  20. your quilt is really pretty! that's a fun pattern. i hope the rest of your weekend has been as productive as you hoped! :)

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  21. It's beautiful Anina! I had to go back and read about Spicy's history. And now the Three by Three. I have that on my list too. I think I'll wait and see what you do!!

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  22. You better slow down or you're going to have an awful long boring nine months ahead of you!!! The new quilt is beautiful!!!

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  23. Lovely! I really love the colors in it!

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  24. I just love those fabrics. Gorgeous!

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  25. Some spicy quilt! Love it!

    Organizing always seems to work...

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  26. I think your rainy day is the perfect background for displaying the quilt - Quilting texture reflected in the stones on the left, colors mimic the foliage - photography and quilt excellence.

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  27. Definitely Fabulous! I think I need to get organised too.

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  28. What a beautiful quilt!! The fabrics are yummy! And Sydney... what a cutie!!
    Joni

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  29. Must be something in the air when it comes to that quilt. I saw a fellow sewer this weekend and she was just finishing this exact top in these exact fabrics (from a kit she purchased). I love the colors! Good for you on getting it wrapped up!

    My Dear Jane book and software arrived this week. Now I am feeling totally overwhelmed re: where to start and what type to make (e.g., scrappy, blue and white, modern fabrics, repros, etc).

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  30. i LOVE how it turned out! i remember when you started this one! i bought several of those fabrics on clearance at my LQS. love them.

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